Tag Archives: Change Management

Fighter jet, toothbrushing and agile rituals

When I am in position to talk about the topic that is so “obvious” to me while struggling to find the right words to explain it to the others, I often escape in metaphors, looking for inspiration in nature, other … Continue reading

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Do you need Chuck Norris in your team?

If you want to test whether you have Chuck Norris in your team, how about checking this blog post first. If you recognize someone in the team that fits this description, congratulations, this blog post is for you. Chuck Norris is really … Continue reading

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How to manage agile transformation (and manage expectations)

As mentioned in the previous post, most of the agile transformations these days are “top-down”. According to Standish Group “Chaos Reports” we still have more project failures than successful projects. One of (many reasons) for this you can find in … Continue reading

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Agile transformation challenges

I was asked last year to do agile transformation in my organization. Before you continue reading, I would like you to read the following: The 11 Laws (from the Fifth Discipline) Today’s problems come from yesterday’s “solutions.” The harder you push, the … Continue reading

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